Community of Edmonds

One of the friendliest towns in Western Washington, Edmonds retains the character of the early part of the century, but with a contemporary edge.

Highlights of Edmonds

  • 17 Parks
  • 4 Museums
  • 8 Bars and Nightlife
  • 8 Schools
  • 40,727 Population
  • 40 Things to Do
  • 128 Restaurants

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Celebrated as an arts community, Edmonds is a walkable waterfront town on the Puget Sound with inviting sandy beaches, stunning views, and engaging public art. Vibrant flowers color the streets, a hallmark of this charming, artistic town. It is one of the friendliest towns in Western Washington, and in many ways Edmonds retains the character of the early part of the century, but with a contemporary edge.
Festivals and events fill the calendar all year round in Edmonds, including a popular Saturday Summer Market, Waterfront Festival, 4th of July Parade, Taste of Edmonds, Classic Car Show, and Jazz Festival. June brings the Edmonds Arts Festival, celebrated as one of the oldest, largest, and most successful juried arts festivals in the state. In July and August the Edmonds Arts Commission presents free concerts at City Park on Sunday afternoons and in October hosts the Write on the Sound writers’ conference.

There are also some great, family-friendly neighborhoods in Edmonds:

  • Perrinville
  • Meadowdale
  • Pine Park Neighborhood
  • Sherwood Forest
  • Firdale

For more information on the city of Edmonds, click here.

Schools

Edmonds is home to:

  • 5 elementary schools
  • 2 junior high schools
  • 1 high school

Elementary Schools:

  • Edmonds Elementary School
  • Westgate Elementary School
  • Seaview Elementary School
  • Chase Lake Elementary School
  • Meadowdale Elementary School

Jr High Schools:

  • Meadowdale Middle School
  • Edmonds Junior High School

High Schools:

  • Edmonds Woodway High School

For more information on Edmonds schools, click here.

Contact

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